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MarksST last won the day on February 19 2015

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About MarksST

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  • Birthday 11/29/1973

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    Fiesta ST3
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  1. What's wrong with going for a map that's been written, tested and proven over time on many cars?
  2. There was a used on eBay earlier.
  3. Have you or have you seen one fitted to a UK ST? The few times I've seen them fitted to euro STs they've caused running issues, limp mode etc, it was developed for the US car which has a different ECU and setup to ours.
  4. Triple R, painting them is the same as any other part. They are held on with a couple of strips of 3M tape so can be removed. Like most mods, no point at all, just personal preference for looks.
  5. It does fit you just need the correct fixings when you buy the tray, the tray is about £80
  6. In the US they run the smaller mountune cooler on their big turbo kit, which is 270+bhp, they can't use the larger cooler due to the crash bar.
  7. The mustang in that video is the previous generation model.
  8. People do swap when on pcp deals at 2 & 3 years, ford employees on the privilege scheme can and do swap every 9 months, some people just leak a new car every so often , might save on servicing, mot, tyres etc. my fob is nearly always in my pocket, only take it out to unlock the disklok, you can still use the buttons on the fob to lock, unlock, open the boot etc.
  9. It gets done on fiestas and focus to mimic the front grill of a Mk2 focus RS
  10. Unless you are stood next to the car with the fob it won't open. ive been stood at the driver's door, the misses had her set of keys in her bag (mine were at home), it wouldn't open till she was stood at the door. I've also had the fob in the door pocket and the car wouldn't start as the door was open. Not sure if it was posted on here but have seen a ford picture of the area of range of the entry part of the system, it doesn't extend far from the car, it also detects when the fob is inside the car and won't let you lock the car using the door handle button. from this and other posts it's obvious you like your current car, this new one is a similar power just in a different way and it has a few more features, sounds more like you don't want to part with what you've got so keep it.
  11. As above, my STs have never started with the fob outside the car and need to be standing next to it for it to open. you would need to get used to the power delivery, a short test drive isn't enough, even at the same power the delivery is different NA cars need revving more where the torque of a turbo car is low down.
  12. No, they will pay market value for a similar spec and condition (as in buying price not selling price) if you had just replied the engine that wouldn't matter to them.
  13. It lost some points for not having features like automatic emergency braking, not having a light to tell you if the passenger airbag is on or off, not being able to fit a child seat in the rear etc, at least it has an ncap rating ferraris, lambos, Porsche etc don't and people stil, want to drive them, lol. if you're going to the states and want one, do it, just got back from Florida and had a V6 mustang auto convertible for 2 weeks, perfect for out there, they are so common though as is the Camaro.
  14. The US car has a different shape dash so it wouldn't fit.
  15. Or log off and don't return.